OT goal lifts Mt. Hebron over Glenelg, 2-1, in boys soc­cer

Broad­neck girls record their fourth straight shutout

Baltimore Sun - - VARSITY - By Brent Kennedy —Tom Worgo, Bal­ti­more Sun Me­dia Group Bal­ti­more Sun staff con­trib­uted to this ar­ti­cle.

At the end of what coach Mike Lin­sen­meyer called the big­gest week of the team’s sea­son so far, No. 7 Mount Hebron boys soc­cer de­liv­ered per­haps its most thrilling vic­tory.

Less than two min­utes into the first over­time pe­riod against Glenelg on Thurs­day night, Trevor Namie scored on a ball flicked to him off the head of Johnny Lin­sen­meyer to seal a 2-1 vic­tory and keep the Vik­ings alone in first place in the Howard County stand­ings.

The Vik­ings im­proved to 8-1, and the Gla­di­a­tors fell to 4-3.

Girls soc­cer

NO. 1 ARCH­BISHOP SPALD­ING 2, JOHN CAR­ROLL 0: Maria Kiskis scored twice and the host Cava­liers (8-2-2, 4-1-1 In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion of Mary­land A Con­fer­ence) shut out the Pa­tri­ots (2-6, 0-5).

NO. 2 BROAD­NECK 2, CHESAPEAKEAA 0: The host Bru­ins (7-1-1) recorded their fourth shutout in a row. The Cougars fell to 4-5-1.

NO. 12 ATHOLTON 2, MARRIOTTS RIDGE0: Sam Clearfield and De­laney En­sor scored to lead the vis­it­ing Raiders (8-1) past the Mus­tangs (2-5-3).

SEV­ERN 3, GLENELG COUN­TRY 1: Michelle Money scored twice to lead the host Ad­mi­rals (8-4-1, 7-0-1 IAAM B Con­fer­ence) past the Drag­ons (3-3, 3-3).

MOUNT HEBRON 3, GLENELG 0: Me­gan Pal­lozzi made four saves and the vis­it­ing Vik­ings (5-3) shut out the Gla­di­a­tors (4-3-2).

Field hockey

NO. 3 ARCH­BISHOP SPALD­ING 2, CAPE HENLOPEN (DEL.) 1: The host Cava­liers (11-3) jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half and held the Delaware state cham­pion Vik­ings (4-2) score­less un­til three min­utes left in the game.

Mar­got Lawn and Hannah Bouchard scored for Spald­ing.

NO. 8 GAR­RI­SON FOR­EST 3, ROLAND PARK 2: Amanda Fru­man scored and broke a 2-2 tie in the sec­ond half to lift the host Griz­zlies (8-3, 5-2 IAAM A Con­fer­ence) over the Reds (4-7-1, 1-6-1).

The win marked the sec­ond straight vic­tory over Roland Park. Gar­ri­son For­est beat the Reds, 4-0, on Sept. 27.

NO. 9 BROAD­NECK 3, CHESAPEAKEAA 0: Peri Long made eight saves and the host Bru­ins (7-3) shut out the Cougars (7-4).

NO. 13 MOUNT DE SALES 3, IN­DIAN CREEK0: The host Sailors (10-3, 3-1 IAAM B Con­fer­ence) scored three goals in the sec­ond half to beat the Ea­gles (1-5, 0-5).

NO. 15 JOHN CAR­ROLL 3, AN­NAPO­LIS AREA CHRIS­TIAN 1: Ash­lee Kothen­beu­tel had a hat trick to power the Pa­tri­ots (7-2, 3-0 IAAM B Con­fer­ence) past the host Ea­gles (6-2, 2-2).

RIVER HILL 3, ATHOLTON 1: Gaby Ham­burger had a hat trick to lift the host Hawks (8-1) over the Raiders (4-5).

SEV­ERN 2, GLENELG COUN­TRY 1: The Ad­mi­rals’ Marah Vain-Cal­la­han tipped in a shot from Josie Formica 10 min­utes into the sec­ond half to break a tie at 1.

Sev­ern (4-5, 3-1 IAAM B Con­fer­ence) has won its past two games. The host Drag­ons fell to 2-3 and 1-3.

Girls vol­ley­ball

NO. 2 HOWARD D. RIVER HILL, 3-0: Sarah Sweet had 17 kills and Ju­lia McKenna had 34 as­sists to lead the Lions (8-1) past the host Hawks (1-7). Howard won, 25-22, 25-16, 25-22. NO. 4 ARUN­DEL D. NO. 11 SEV­ERNA PARK, 3-0: McKen­zie Mee­han had seven kills and Ali­cia El­dredge had five kills to lift the Wild­cats (8-1) over the host Sea­hawks (4-3). Arun­del won, 25-11, 25-20, 25-17. NO. 5 ATHOLTON D. MARRIOTTS RIDGE, 3-0: Lisa Zoch had 16 kills and Sam Mount Hebron se­nior Ja­cob Par­rott (2) gets in the way of se­nior Ryan Kato of Glenelg. With the win Thurs­day, the Vik­ings im­proved to 8-1; the Gla­di­a­tors fell to 4-3. Miller had 13 kills to lead the Raiders (12-4) past the host Mus­tangs (4-5). Atholton won, 25-21, 25-8, 25-17. HAR­FORD TECH D. NORTH EAST, 3-1: Ker­ri­gan Clem has six aces and six kills and the Co­bras (3-5) beat the host In­di­ans (4-5).

Har­ford Tech won, 17-25, 26-24, 25-9, 25-23.

DULANEY D. FRANKLIN, 3-0: With only two starters back from last sea­son, the Lions keep win­ning. They im­proved to 6-3 with a 25-11, 25-16, 25-20 vic­tory over the vis­it­ing In­di­ans (5-4).

Se­nior set­ter So­phie Sun had 11 as­sists and four aces for Dulaney while team­mates Mykayla Milch­ling, a se­nior out­side hit­ter, had eight digs and four kills and Kathryne Par­ler, a sopho­more set­ter, fin­ished with five kills and seven as­sists.


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